Love in Bloom – blog hop

Featuring the sweetest romances you’ll ever read.
May 18-23 

Hello friends and fellow bloggers! I’m so excited to be one of the 150 blogs participating in this supercute Giveaway Hop. (and my first one, by-the-way–so be kind!) 
**Love in Bloom**
I volunteered at the very lovely “I’m a Reader, Not a Writer” –which I completely adore! (Check it out when you have a moe.)

Just by participating (see how below), your name is magically thrown in my cyber-hat to win one of these three giveaways of reading deliciousness. Easy-peezy, yeah?

 Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins 
Eat Cake by Jeanne Ray 
 Austenland by Shannon Hale
Personally, I think any reader-of-loveliness should have all of these in their library.
How to enter:

All you have to do is follow me and leave a comment stating your favorite swoooony scene–preferably from a book (but I won’t judge if you absolutely LOVE, say, the end of While You Were Sleeping when dreamy Bill Pullman shows up at Sandra Bullock’s train station hut and drops a ring in the coin slot. Swoooon!Don’t forget to leave me your email addy.

One winner will be chosen at random on May 23rd.

Thanks for stopping by and being part of this special hop! Now you can check out all the other great giveaways featuring other contemporary/lighthearted, sweet & clean romances….

 

64 thoughts on “Love in Bloom – blog hop

  1. Inky says:

    So many swoon Scenes! Man off the Austen-Bronte track I'd have to go with the kissy scenes for Gabi and Marcello in the River of Time series! All so good I can't pick. Lia and Luca also have a great one. (same series)

  2. Little Star says:

    I swoon with Colin Firth, in P&P when he exits the water, in Bridget Jones in the snow and that moment at the bottom of the stairs – I like you just as you are
    My first swoon was Gone With The Wind, “This is one night you won't be thinking of the Dear Mr Ashley” *sigh*

    scarlettkitty at hotmail dot com

  3. Bridget Howard says:

    I love the moment in the Iron fey series when Meghan gets kicked out of the Never Never and she leaves thinking it will be the last time that she sees Ash. Then she gets to our world and he comes running after her!!!!

  4. Christina Kit. says:

    GFC follower Christina Kit.

    My favorite scene is from Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins when Lola and Cricket kiss for the first time in her room while he's helping her dress for the Winter Formal. I think it's so sweet and romantic:)

    ccfioriole at gmail dot com

    thanks so much!

  5. Lisa says:

    I would have to say Sleepless in Seattle. The scene on the Empire state building when both think the other never showed. Then he goes back for the book bag and their eyes meet. It is magical.

  6. Unknown says:

    GFC Follower and my first ever swoon in a book was Love Story by Eric Segal. Jenny and Oliver Barrett the 3rd make snow angels to the beautiful piano song… and when he buys the tickets to Paris..oh, there are more…oohhh…
    Cyndee Thomas
    cyndee.thomas@gmail.com

  7. kswederski says:

    I am drawing a blank – I love to read romance novels so there are so many choices – thunder storms, in front of a fireplace, or chance meetings. I am not sure. Thanks for the giveaway.

    GFC – kayswederski

    kay dot swederski at yahoo dot com

  8. ape2016 says:

    I just read The Iron Knight by Julie Kagawa (love that series) and when Ash kneels before his Queen and pledges his love and loyalty at the end I got all swoony and weepy.
    april yedinak

  9. Sierra Abrams says:

    Oh man… My favorite would probably be the scene in Inkdeath by Cornelia Funke when Roxanne things Dustfinger's dead and he comes back to her and oh my gosh the words they speak to each other and their sweet kisses…SWOON!!!!

    Thanks soooo much for the giveaway!!

    Sierra @ Yearning to Read
    http://www.yearningtoread.blogspot.com

    organica_11 (at) hotmail (dot) com

  10. Emily @ Falling For YA says:

    GFC Emily @ Falling for YA
    Emisbookblog(at)AOL(dot)com

    My favorite swoon worthy scene is probably in Clockwork Prince where Jem and Tessa kiss for the first time. It's sweet and steamy and just everything I wanted for the two of them!

  11. Angie says:

    GFC- Angie

    My favorite swoon-worthy scene was in Pride and Prejudice when Elizabeth and Darcy admit their feelings to each other at the end.

    ajiehuang1997 (at) gmail (dot) com

  12. Leanne says:

    GFC follower. Probably in The Visions of Ransom Lake when Ransom rescues her from the grave she was thrown into as a “joke”.

    leanniegehrke at hotmail dot com

  13. Jaime Lester says:

    GFC follower- Jaime Lynn. I have two scenes that I love. (Actually, probably more like 2000 or so, but I will stick with 2- a movie and a book.) The first is the end of Unraveling by Elizabeth Norris< I don't want to give it away, so you HAVE to read this amazing book! I also love how she says she wants to be proposed to and how he tells her he loves her. Wow, just wow! Okay, the movie is the end of Juno. Well, the whole dang movie is my favorite. But them sitting at the end of the sidewalk across from each other playing their guitars, after everything they have been through, touched my heart!

  14. Kayla Beck says:

    Okay, I'm not big on romances. I'm a mean little woman, and sweet scenes usually work as well as Syrup of Ipecac for me. HOWEVER! When I read Grave Mercy, the part where Duval sees Ismae's scars and then when she is caring for him… *swoons* But shhhhh! Don't tell anybody. 😉

    GFC Kayla Beck
    pherlaithiel (at) gmail (dot) com

  15. Maria pronounced Mariah says:

    Gotta go with the scene from The Notebook with Noah & Ally on the dock in the rain. This is the one movie that I liked better than the book.

    Gfc-Maria pronounced Mariah
    mmafsmith at gmail dot com

  16. Cindy says:

    “Pride and Prejudice” Darcy made me fall in love with him. Elizabeth is one lucky girl to find a man that has so many good qualities.
    Thank you for the chance to win your giveaway.
    cindymacbeth at gmail dot com

  17. tjmetz says:

    My favorite is at the end of Pride & Prejudice, particularly the movie version with Kiera Knightley, when they meet in the early morning in the field!
    Jennifer – tjmetz on GFC
    draoi7383 @ yahoo.com

  18. ~Enamored Soul~ says:

    My favorite scene in a novel happens to be from Pride & Prejudice, when Mr. Darcy proposes to Elizabeth.

    And my favorite scene from a movie happens to be, again, from Pride & Prejudice (the one with Kiera Knightley) at the very end, even though I love the scene in the rain because it has such sizzling chemistry, when Darcy asks Lizzie,

    Mr. Darcy: What endearments am I allowed?
    Elizabeth Bennet: Well let me think…”Lizzie” for every day, “My Pearl” for Sundays, and…”Goddess Divine”… but only on *very* special occasions.
    Mr. Darcy: And… what should I call you when I am cross? Mrs. Darcy…?
    Elizabeth Bennet: No! No. You may only call me “Mrs. Darcy”… when you are completely, and perfectly, and incandescently happy.
    Mr. Darcy: [he snickers] Then how are you this evening… Mrs. Darcy?

    I think it's such a sweet display of a sweet, unselfish love! 😀

    Thank you for your generosity, and for participating in this blog hop!

    GFC Follower: ~Enamored Soul~
    Name: Hira Hasnain
    Email: Enamoredsoul(at)gmail(dot)com

  19. iLuvReadingTooMuch says:

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway! My favorite scene would have to be in SOMETHING, MAYBE by Elizabeth Scott, when Finn pushes the guy who's tormenting the main girl (who's name escapes me) against the lockers <3 LOVE THIS SCENE, cause it totally touched me :P

    iliveforreading AT hotmail DOT com

  20. Tracy says:

    So many choices! But since you're not going to judge *smirk*… I can't think swoony romance without thinking of that scene in “Ghost” where Swayze's character pushes the penny up the side of the wall. Oh. My. Gosh. Insta-tears every single time.
    Tracy J.
    ohsopetite1(at)yahoo(dot)com

  21. Amanda Morganne says:

    My favorite swoon scene is in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, when Elizabeth realizes she truly cares for Mr. Darcy and truly love conquers pride and contempt. email: rednails14(at)hotmail(dot)com followed through GFC as well. Thanks for the giveaway!

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